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TIP For more information on the Windows Mobile Device Center, including a link to download the most recent version, visit this link: wwwmicrosoftcom/ windowsmobile/devicecentermspx
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If you (or your clients) have mobile devices that will be connected with Windows Vista, the Window Mobile Device Center should be installed Of course, if you want to understand the exam questions, you should install it too TIP If you connect wireless devices to your system running Windows Vista, it s possible that the Windows Mobile Device Center has already been downloaded via Windows Update and installed on your system In Exercise 162, you will install the Windows Mobile Device Center You must first download the Windows Mobile Device Center before beginning this lab Exercise 162: Installing the Windows Mobile Device Center 1 Press the WINDOWS-E keys to launch Windows Explorer 2 Browse to the location where you downloaded the Windows Mobile Device Center Double-click the downloaded file If the User Account Control dialog box appears, click Continue After a couple minutes, the installation will complete 3 Launch the Windows Mobile Device Center by clicking Start | All Programs and selecting Windows Mobile Device Center 4 On the Microsoft License Terms page, review the information and click Accept The Windows Mobile Device Center will launch Hover over Mobile Device Settings to access Connection Settings as shown in Figure 16-8 TIP Note that a device isn t currently connected, as shown with the Not Connected message in the lower-left corner If you connected a mobile device such as a PDA, it would connect and this would be displayed in this window 5 Click Connection Settings The Connection settings dialog box will appear as shown in Figure 16-9 These settings will be explored in the next section
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Bluetooth Bluetooth is a wireless technology used to connect devices without cables If your PC and your mobile device are both Bluetooth enabled, you can use Bluetooth as your connection USB cables Many devices come with USB cables that connect to the device and the PC The PC connection is a standard USB connection, but the device side of the USB cable may be specific to the device Infrared Infrared (IR) signals use beams of light to transfer data between the device and your PC IR signals require a clear line of sight between the infrared ports to make the connection Device-specific cradle Some devices have cradles with either USB cables or other types of cables to connect to the PC
You can pick and choose which connections are supported on your system For example, if you only want to support Bluetooth devices, you can select the check box to allow connections with Bluetooth, but deselect the check box to Allow USB Connections This is shown in Figure 16-10
Figure 16-10 Configuring Windows Mobile Device Center to only allow Bluetooth connections
All of the selections are
Allow USB connections If selected, any device using a USB connection can connect To prevent USB connections, deselect the check box Allow Connections To One Of The Following following choices:
This section gives you the
COM3 COM3 is a serial port typically using a DB9 connector Many older mobile devices used this serial port, though it has largely been replaced with the USB connection If the device needs to connect to the serial port, you can select it here Bluetooth Bluetooth is a common wireless protocol that can be used to connect Bluetooth-enabled devices with your computer
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Infrared (IR) port
If your PC has an IR port, you can select it
DMA The DMA transport was used by applications developed with Visual Studio 2005 to connect to mobile devices and is included for backward compatibility TIP Your system may not show all the choices if it doesn t have the supporting hardware For example, if you don t have an IR port, you won t see an infrared (IR) port connection choice
This Computer Is Connected To This allows you to choose the type of network that the PC is connected to The choices are
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